Number of Russian troops in Luhansk rises – General Staff report.

The number of units of Russian occupation forces in the Russian-held city of Luhansk has increased. They are forcing civilians in Luhansk Oblast out of their homes.

The number of units of Russian occupation forces in the city of Luhansk has increased.

Enemy personnel is housed in abandoned homes in the villages of Krasne and Simeikine in Luhansk Oblast; they are forcing local civilian residents to relocate to other settlements.

Civilian infrastructure facilities in the city of Sviatohirsk (Donetsk Oblast) were damaged in a Russian rocket attack.

Russian forces attacked an aid distribution point in Kherson Oblast, injuring 5 civilians.

Russian forces opened fire on a humanitarian aid distribution point in the town of Bilozerka in Kherson Oblast, injuring five civilians.

Russian terrorists shelled a humanitarian aid distribution point when bread was being distributed. This happened in Bilozerka in Kherson Oblast.

Five people sustained injuries in this vicious attack.

One person was killed and one injured when a car drove over a mine and exploded on the road between Beryslav and Zmiivka on Friday, 18 November.

Previously: Head of the Beryslav District Administration earlier reported that a car blew up after driving over an explosive device in the Beryslav district of Kherson Oblast, killing and injuring civilians.

120 high-rise buildings were left without heating as a result of a missile attack on Zaporizhzhia.

Heat supply to one of the city districts, including 123 high-rise buildings in which more than 17,000 consumers live, is disrupted as a result of a Russian nighttime attack on the city of Zaporizhzhia.
Emergency services and heating experts are carrying out the necessary work. Heat has already been supplied to 60 houses. Estimated time of full restoration of the heat supply is 23:00 today (19 November - ed.)."

Background: On the evening of Friday, 18 November, the Russians launched a missile attack on an industrial infrastructure facility in Zaporizhzhia.